Reiko: When I die, I want a big funeral. The more mourners the better!
Lucas: Not me. I’m just the opposite. I don’t want any kind of funeral or wake. I just want to be cremated and have my ashes scattered.
Reiko: What? You don’t want to be buried in a beautiful casket with a big headstone? Better yet, how about being interred in a mausoleum?
Lucas: You’ve got to be kidding me! Why would I all want all of that hoopla? I’m dead. What difference would it make to me?
Reiko: It’s not for you. It’s for the mourners. Having a ceremony and a burial will help them grieve.
Lucas: Not my friends and family. The less fuss the better for them. Most of my family is buried in simple gravesites in non-denominational cemeteries.
Reiko: What’s the fun in that?
Lucas: I think you’re forgetting one thing: we’re talking about death. It’s not supposed to be fun and games!
Category: Relationships + Family
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